Real-Time DRAWING of SKIN with Graphite Pencils

Hi everyone:) This video is little different – hopefully not only helpful but also relaxing and soothing for you – you will see part of the real-time process of drawing a skin on hand (shading and drawing the texture) and I will also talk about drawing having a therapeutic effect. Hopefully you will like it! If you like this video please don’t forget to leave a like and subscribe!:)

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TOOLS / DRAWING MATERIALS I use for my realistic drawings:
– Bristol paper (smooth)
– Graphite pencils – F – 4B pencil
– Soft paintbrush for blending
– Pencil eraser for highlights

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Simply Symbolic Surrogates: Dustin Edward Parr’s Surrealist Art

Dustin E. Parr of Fort Wayne, Indiana creates Surrealist and Conceptual Art with oil on canvas. Dustin’s surrealist art work consists of mirrored metaphors and allusions. He knew he was meant to be a painter the moment he stretched a canvas for the first time. In this interview he is sharing his art and what it is about to him.

Illustration: How to Use Photoshop for Children’s Book Illustration to Save Time

Today we will go over how and why to use Photoshop to create your illustrations. First we will go over how I found to save money on paper. Second we will plan our compositions on multiple pages. Then we will look at important factors in scanning your images. Fourth we will learn how to merge theses images to make our final illustration. Then lastly we will learn how to save our illustration ready for print.

Artist Groups and In-House Art Model Training

One thing I’ve always noticed when it comes to local artist group is that they always do lots of art training for new artists. That is especially true when it comes to painting and sketching in the life art segment. Still, when it comes to life art there are two components working together to make everything come out right. There are of course the artists in the group, and the art life model. It’s important to train the artists, but sometimes you have to train the models as well. Let me explain why.

The Future of Holographic Art Modeling – Are The Life Art Models Days Numbered?

Not long ago, I met with a group of artists over coffee. They are setting up a local artists club in our area to encourage tourism, artistry, and to unite the entire community. It’s a noble and worthy cause, I’m certain of it. Of course, it’s not easy being an artist these days. In fact, one of the artists in the new group told me an interesting story. It had to do with a model in a life art sitting.

Analysis of Sir Joshua Reynolds Second Discourse to The Royal Academy Regarding Theory and Practice

The First President of The Royal Academy discusses the methods by which an Artist can equal and surpass the abilities of the Old Masters. Reynolds definition of this method is encapsulated by his statement that ‘every object that presents itself, is to him a lesson. He regards all Nature with a view to his profession.’ Read my analysis for a comprehensive insight into these important teachings.

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